MitoCanada November 2022 Newsletter

As excitement for the holiday season builds, we continue to work hard to support the MitoCommunity and create a world where all lives are powered by healthy mitochondria. In this issue of MitoNews, we share an update on our 2022 MitoScholars, join MitoCanada’s Patient Contact Registry, register for CORD’s Rare Disease Conference, and consider a year-end donation of Gifts of Securities to support MitoCanada’s important work.

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MitoCanada World Mitochondrial Disease Week 2022 Newsletter

From September 18th-24th, 2022 we are Energizing Lives and spreading awareness about mito during World Mitochondrial Disease Week. Learn more about our new Faces of Mito feature, Walk N’ Roll for Mito fundraising event, Light Up for Mito initiative, and our 2022 MitoScholars.

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MitoCanada Summer 2022 Newsletter

New Faces. New Website. New Resources. We are taking full advantage of the long summer days to continue developing new programs and resources to support those living with mito. We have a fresh new website, multiple on-line seminars, new animations, a new Faces of Mito feature, and many new education guides.

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MitoCanada MitoSpin 2022 Newsletter

MitoSpin 2022 was an incredible success and beyond inspiring, raising over $80,000 for supporting the MitoCommunity through our critical education, awareness and research programs.

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MitoCanada Winter 2022 Newsletter

Welcome to December. New Faces. New Resources. New Opportunities. We’d like to introduce you to two Faces of Mito – the joyful Walter Bransonroach who is living with Leigh disease and Thomas Zachos who wrote Superheroes Like Me and MitoCanada animated. We also encourage you to explore our newest education guides on Primary Mitochondrial Myopathy and McArdle disease, our latest animations that explain mito disease, how it is diagnosed and how our incredible mitochondria make energy through OXPHOS.

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MitoCanada Summer 2021 Newsletter

The trusted source of information for Canada’s MitoCommunity.

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